Strange Coincidence or Purposeful Sabotage?

Sep 1, 2022

Nearly 70 Reasons to Question Whether the US Food Supply Is Under Attack

Food shortages are coming to the world as the Russia-Ukraine war continues with no sign of stopping. Following a March 24, 2022, meeting of the Group of Seven (G-7) industrialized nations in Brussels, Biden announced in a news conference that there would be “real” worldwide food shortages.

Within weeks of Biden's announcement, U.S. food processing plants experienced a rash of explosions and fires. Poultry farms were hit with avian influenza and were forced to destroy millions of their birds. Sheep and cattle mysteriously dropped dead.

Due to unprecedented cuts to the California farmers’ water supply, much of the farmland used to grow America’s fruit, vegetable and nut crops is now fallow and crops go unplanted. The mainstream media has hardly made mention of these food supply issues, but with a rash of food processing plant fires and the deaths of millions of farm animals, Americans should question whether this string of events is simply a strange coincidence or the systematic sabotage of the U.S. food supply.

On April 25, 2022, Snopes disputed the claim that food processing plant fires were a new trend and found such fires to be “relatively commonplace.” Less than two weeks later, on May 4, Reuters stated that food processing fires are not part of a conspiracy to trigger food shortages. Yet since January 2021, there has been a steady stream of food processing fires, explosions and events, to which Charlie Kirk tweeted, “Food processing plants do not just ‘accidentally’ burn down at this rate, and they certainly do not ‘coincidentally’ become landing pads for plane crashes at the rate they are.”

Americans are familiar with name brands such as Kellogg’s, Walmart, Smithfield Foods, Deli-Star, Tyson Foods, Perdue, Nestle, Taylor Farms and General Mills. Each of these companies supply a significant amount to the U.S. food supply, but all have experienced some form of day-to-day interruption of business operations.

Is America months away from seeing serious food supply issues that will disrupt our way of life? We’ve been conditioned to assume there will always be enough food to eat, and grocery store shelves will remain stocked. Yet from farm to table, a perfect storm is brewing. Multiple links in the food supply chain have experienced interruption. These disturbances can no longer be ignored.

There is a seed shortage, fertilizer shortage, livestock grain shortage, farm animal shortage, potential farmland shortage, farm worker shortage, food packing shortage, farm equipment shortage, diesel fuel shortage, truck driver shortage and food processing plant interruptions or shutdowns.

Per usual, mainstream media outlets like Reuters and US News & World Report have tried to debunk "the myth" that a food crisis is intentionally being manufactured, but 68 incidents at farms, food pantries and food processing plants from early 2021 suggest otherwise. Some see these events as "coincidences," but the following reports of the events (largely from local news sources with the actual dates where known), paint a different picture.

  1. 1/11/21 Fire destroys Deli-Star food processing plant, Fayetteville, IL
  2. 4/29/21 Fire at Smithfield Foods processing plant, Monmouth, IL
  3. 7/25/21 Fire at Kellogg food plant, Memphis, TN
  4. 7/30/21 Fire at Tyson Foods/River Valley plant, Hanceville, AL
  5. 8/23/21 Fire at Patak Meat Products plant, Austell, GA
  6. 9/13/21 Fire at JBS beef packing plant, Grand Island, NE
  7. 10/12/21 Fire at Darigold plant, Caldwell, ID
  8. 11/14/21 Fire destroys Garrard County Food Pantry, Kentucky
  9. 11/29/21 Fire at Maid-Rite Steak Company plant, Scott Township, PA
  10. 12/12/21 Fire damages West Side food processing plant, San Antonio, TX
  11. 1/13/22 Fire at the Cargill-Nutrena feed mill, Lecompte, LA
  12. 1/31/22 Fire destroys fertilizer at Weaver fertilizer plant, Winston-Salem, NC
  13. 2/2/22 Fire kills 130 cows at Percy Farm, Stowe, VT
  14. 2/3/22 Fire at Wisconsin River Meats in Mauston, WI
  15. 2/11/22 29,000 turkeys destroyed DuBois/Spencer Counties, IN
  16. 2/15/22 Fire at Bonanza Meat Company, El Paso, TX
  17. 2/16/22 Fire at US largest soybean and biodiesel processing plant, Claypool, IN
  18. 2/18/22 Fire at Bess View Farm, St. Albans, VT
  19. 2/19/22 Chemical leak at Lincoln Premium Poultry/Costco supplier, Fremont, NE
  20. 2/22/22 Fire at Shearer's Foods plant, Hermiston, OR
  21. 2/23/22 1.2 million chickens destroyed at poultry farm, New Castle County, DE
  22. 2/28/22 Fire at Nutrien Ag Solutions plant, Sunnyside, WA
  23. 2/28/22 Fire at Shadow Brook Farm, Lincoln, NE
  24. 3/4/22 240,000 chickens destroyed at farm, Stoddard County, MO
  25. 3/11/22 Nearly 920,000 chickens destroyed at egg farm in Taylor County, IA
  26. 3/14/22 Fire at farm, Topton, PA
  27. 3/16/22 3 million chickens destroyed at egg farm, Jefferson County, WI
  28. 3/16/22 Fire destroys Walmart distribution center, Plainfield, IN
  29. 3/16/22 Fire destroys Nestle frozen foods plant, Jonesboro, AR
  30. 3/17/22 5.3 million chickens destroyed at Rembrandt Farms, Buena Vista County, IA
  31. 3/21/22 85,000 birds killed in Charles Mix County, SD
  32. 3/22/22 570,000 chickens destroyed at farm, Butler County, NE
  33. 3/22/22 Fire at PepsiCo plant, Piscataway, NJ
  34. 3/24/22 Fire at Penobscot McCrum potato processing plant, Belfast, ME
  35. 3/26/22 Quarter-million chickens destroyed at egg farm, Franklin County, IA
  36. 3/28/22 Fire destroys 50,000 lbs. of food at pantry, Maricopa, AZ
  37. 3/29/22 1.5 million chickens destroyed at egg farm, Guthrie County, IA
  38. 3/31/22 Fire devastates Rio Fresh onion packing facilities, San Juan, TX
  39. 4/6/22 371,352 chickens destroyed in Wayne/Johnston Counties, NC
  40. 4/6/22 110,213 turkeys destroyed in Wayne/Johnston Counties, NC
  41. 4/8/22 1.25 million (mostly) turkeys destroyed, South Dakota
  42. 4/11/22 46,507 turkeys destroyed at Jennie-O farm, Barron, WI
  43. 4/11/22 Fire destroys East Conway Beef and Pork meat market, Conway, NH
  44. 4/13/22 Taylor Farms processing plant burns down, Salinas, CA
  45. 4/13/22 1.7 million chickens destroyed at egg farm, Dixon County, NE
  46. 4/15/22 60,000 chickens destroyed at farm, Montrose County, CO
  47. 4/19/22 Fire destroys Azure Standard organic food distribution center, Dufur, OR
  48. 4/21/22 Plane crashes into General Mills plant, Covington, GA
  49. 4/22/22 1.4 million chickens destroyed at egg farm, Cache Valley, UT
  50. 4/23/22 Fire at General Mills food processing plant, Cedar Rapids, IA
  51. 4/27/22 2.1 million hens destroyed at farm, Knox County, NE
  52. 4/28/22 3,825,800 birds destroyed on six farms, Lancaster County, PA
  53. 4/30/22 Fire at Perdue Farms plant, Chesapeake, VA
  54. 5/1/22 13,800 chickens destroyed at farm, Sequoyah County, OK
  55. 5/1/22 Fire damages Saladino's food processing plant, Fresno, CA
  56. 5/1/22 1,360,000 chickens destroyed at farm, Weld County, CO
  57. 5/4/22 Wyoming Game and Fish kills 1,200 pheasants at farm, Sheridan, WY
  58. 5/19/22 Freight train derails, destroying limestone cargo, Jensen Beach, FL
  59. 5/23/22 4,700 ducks test positive for avian flu at farm, Berks County, PA
  60. 5/27/22 Water cut to rice growers in Sacramento Valley, CA
  61. 5/28/22 Fire kills thousands of chickens at Forsman Farms, Stockholm Township, MN
  62. 6/2/22 30,100 ducks destroyed at farm, Berks County, PA
  63. 6/7/22 Fire damages JBS meat packing plant, Green Bay, WI
  64. 6/11/22 Smithfield shuts down pork plant due to high costs, Vernon, CA
  65. 6/13/22 Fire at Festive Foods processing plant, Belmont, WI
  66. 6/15/22 3,000 cows drop dead, Southwest KS
  67. 6/23/22 George's Prepared Foods announces September closure, Caryville, TN
  68. 8/10/22 Fire destroys Grain Craft flour mill in Pendleton, OR

Despite these many incidents, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) website states, “There are currently no nationwide shortages of food, although in some cases the inventory of certain foods at your grocery store might be temporarily low before stores can restock. Food production and manufacturing are widely dispersed throughout the U.S. and there are currently no wide-spread disruptions reported in the supply chain.”

Should we believe the USDA or should we believe World Economic Forum founder Klaus Schwab, who co-wrote the 2020 book COVID-19: The Great Reset, which outlines the globalist plan to reset the entire world into a one-world system? Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in July 2020 Schwab reminded global leaders that resetting the world isn’t something they can pull off by pushing a button; rather, it requires a series of well-designed global crises. A food crisis would certainly help globalists achieve their massive mission.

America has often been called the “breadbasket of the world” because we have helped numerous countries with their food shortages. How can we continue to supply the world with food if we have a crisis of our own?

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